Thought leadership & White Papers
Read about our latest thinking and predictions written by our opinion leaders.
General Digital Thought Leadership
Digital business empowerment is about preparing to deliver with the greatest efficiency, economy and focus in constantly changing business and social environments.
Ascent Journey 2018 is a document where the Atos Scientific Community presents its predictions for the technology that will shape business through to 2018.
Atos and The Manufacturer present the latest insight into the key concerns of senior-level manufacturers as they embrace digital transformation.
Becoming digital, in collaboration with clinicians, citizens and providers, is a critical enabler for the NHS to meet the unprecedented challenges it now faces.
Rather than making cost or technology the tenet of service re-design, we explore a more radical agenda: to totally re-invent operating models by putting citizens at the heart.
Many cities are considering how to extract value from big data, but Eindhoven is one step ahead thanks to an innovative pilot project – CityPulse.
Business Reinvention Thought Leadership
In many remote areas across the UK, access to community pharmacy services is limited. Some face a 10-mile round-trip or further to pick up their prescriptions.
Digital transformation is a top priority for businesses right across the private sector and now governments too are facing the challenge of responding to increasing digital demands from citizens.
As many organisations pursue strategies and transformation programmes to exploit “digital”, here is one perspective on simplifying this multi-faceted agenda.
Is ready cash now surplus to requirement? Not only is cash becoming somewhat redundant, it is arguably harming our economy.
Customer Experience Thought Leadership
Today, every consumer is a digital consumer. They’re connected, informed, and have high expectations. This is no truer than in the retail industry.
Imagine a world where you can find, book and pay for your hotel room, check in and out, and access a whole host of local information, services and experiences through an integrated mobile application.
The citizen and digital public services – four drivers which mean change is (finally) coming! - Blog >>
For most of us, digital technology has transformed our personal lives through social networks. But the way we interact with public services has changed far less.
For consumers it’s about the digital, mobile experience, with 79% of smartphone owners using their devices to shop. Retailers, on the other hand, need a solution that drives ROI
Operational Excellence Thought Leadership
Wake up to the power of being data led. Let analytics drive your organisation to a step change in your business performance. To survive in future competitive environments organisations will need to be truly analytics driven.
How to manage operational and digital speeds simultaneously. Why mastering 2-speed IT is imperative for government IT leaders. It examines how to get IT fit for purpose, and includes actionable advice for establishing effective digital capability.
Beaming the Rio 2016 Olympic Games results out to the world in less than a second for billions of viewers watching on TV, online and mobile devices requires an incredible amount of work behind the scenes.
The International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) move to centralise its IT infrastructure in a single location is a powerful example for any CIO looking to consolidate and digitally transform their enterprise IT.
Trust & Compliance Thought Leadership
We are, undeniably, experiencing an explosion of data. More worrying is that the phenomena driving this increase – the Internet of Things – is still in its nascence.
When some 500 years ago, Da Vinci wrote ‘realize that everything connects to everything else’, he was probably making some sort of metaphysical point; but increasingly today, in the digital world it is almost becoming a statement of fact.
People have become devoted to their iPhone, using it for numerous activities within their homes, studies and work. While this is good news for Apple, the smartphone is causing serious problems for enterprise security.
What I usually expect out of app is that it asks a server if it has new data – so for a sports app I might be asking the score of the Juventus-Barcelona game.
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